Gillian is a research assistant who is currently working on epidemiological components of a research project that is examining risk-stratified national melanoma screening. For example, Gillian has published a paper examining skin check prevalence in Australia over time and according to different characteristics, and she is examining the clinical management of skin checks and skin cancer in primary care. Previously in this team Gillian worked on a community-based randomised controlled trial of melanoma genomic risk, coordinating the objective measures of UV exposure. Gillian has a Master of Public Health degree, and has previously worked as an Associate Lecturer in the University of Sydney School of Public Health, as well as with the Australian Genetic Heart Disease Registry.